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Boca Raton & Partner Campuses
Spring 2022 Semester Hours (Boca Raton):
The library building is open for the Spring 2022 semester from 7:40 am - 12:00 midnight, Monday-Thursday, 10:30 am - 6 pm on Saturday, and noon - midnight on Sunday (see our hours page for any changes).
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About this LibGuide
This is the FAU Libraries subject guide for Chemistry! The goal of this page is to provide students with prompt access to FAU library resources in this subject. The following can be found on this page:
- Articles & Theses: this page provides links to databases, or large, online collections of journal articles. Some databases also provide statistics and figures. Dissertation and theses can be identified and located through this page.
- Chemistry Journals: read scholarly literature published by professionals in the field.
- Books & E-Books: access the FAU Libraries catalog to locate books and other library materials owned by the libraries. Broaden your search by looking through links to the Union Catalog and WorldCat.
- Chem. Info. on the Web: not all information on the internet is junk! This page provides links to governmental and research organizations and also chemical, science, and patent information sources.
For assistance in using the library or conducting research, contact me or another librarian!
Lauri Rebar, MLIS, M.Ed.
ACS Citation Style
See our Citation Guide for general citation information or go directly to our information about the ACS citation style (3rd edition). The 3rd edition contents can be accessed for free online (see above link).
ACS published its new Scholarly Communications style manual in January 2020, with plans to retire the 2006 version in March 2020.
Check back here in the future to find links to it through FAU Libraries.
ACS Guide to Scholarly Communication (2020, Links to information:
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